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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Off to Vancouver island for a few days, it's always so busy visiting family and everything but this time I planned to just see mum, frank, Shelley and grandma and that's what I did. I stayed in their upstairs room that they renovated which nice having my own area, the first morning I was doing a bunch of things for mum on her computer while sitting to the radio and then I heard that the whitecaps where playing the UNI in Victoria and you could meet the players! ...
... facilities. The park has a cricket pitch but there was no game (match?) going on to watch. Likely a good thing since we did not have 4 days to wait for the final outcome. There is also a large lawn bowling club and facility which looks like it probably hosts some serious competitions.
From Beacon Hill we drove along Beach Drive which runs along the coast east of Victoria. It is a ...
... taco dinner. Rob has been on this huge sausage kick the last month. I can't let the guy go grocery shopping or else all he comes home with is a butchers ransom of Brats, smokies, bangers.....blah... But he has promised me August will be sausage free!
We ended our first night as three spoons (Robbie the large, me the medium and Lenny the small on the outside to be able to jump up quickly for chipmunk attack) on our double thick-blow up underneath the open starred sky.
... br> Water and water bottles
LA tap water tastes disgusting, water in the parks is expensive, and there aren't many nearby places to get it outside the parks. Do yourself a favour and bring down a few good reusable water bottles, and pick up a big container of water at a supermarket before you leave -- or on the drive down. You can ask for free cups of water in the parks to supplement -- and Disney's recycled water ...
... southern tip of Vancouver Island off Canada's Pacific coast. Named after Queen Victoria and, at the time, British North America, Victoria is one of the oldest cities in the Pacific Northwest, with British settlement beginning in 1843.
The city has retained a large number of its historic buildings, in particular its two most famous landmarks, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings (finished in 1897 and home of the ...